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What to Expect at Your Visit to In Motion Therapy (Especially The First One): Before the Appointment: 1. First thing’s first: before you can be treated at our office, we require a doctor’s order. Once we receive that, usually sent via fax from the doctor’s office, we will call you—the patient—to set up an appointment. Also, you will need to provide a valid photo ID and insurance card at the time of arrival.          ...
Posted on 2016-09-21
Movement: It's Magic We’ve all heard it before: too much sitting is bad for your health; try to exercise for at least a half an hour every day; a body in motion tends to stay in motion while a body at rest tends to stay at rest.  Well, there’s good, science-backed, rationale supporting this advice. Too much inactivity produces a greater risk for obesity, high blood pressure, cancer, and heart-related issues. And that’s just to name a few. Worse, it’s also been lin...
Posted on 2016-09-14
What is In Motion Therapy’s Role in Patient Care? It’s expansive, all-encompassing…and tailor-made to each individual who comes through our doors. According to the definition written by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), physical therapists: “…examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.” (To read further from the APTA website vis...
Posted on 2016-09-13

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